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no, cant take delivery of motors that do not meet standards after the 2010 standards come into affect, can still sell the ones they have on the lot before that though
 
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no, cant take delivery of motors that do not meet standards after the 2010 standards come into affect, can still sell the ones they have on the lot before that though

In July of 2008 we did buy a 2008 International bus that was built in April of 2007 with a VT365 that was built in December of 2006.
 
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Ive heard your not going to see the 6.7 for a good part of 2010 from ford. They said they said end of 2010 just what ive heard tho doesnt mean its true.
 
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I would not be in a hurry to just go out and buy a new 6.7l. I suspect there will be problems that will need ironed out and corrected. Probably for at least the first couple years.
 
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I would not be in a hurry to just go out and buy a new 6.7l. I suspect there will be problems that will need ironed out and corrected. Probably for at least the first couple years.
While that is almost always true with any new engine, I don't think that it will take a couple of years to iron out the problems because Ford can't afford that kind of dilemma like they had with the 6L. I think that it will be quicker like how they ironed out the problems with the 6.4L in a matter of months and two years later people have already forgotten about the flames shooting out the exhaust, etc.
 
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I would be afraid to buy one of the new, rushed to production 6.7s .
for 5-10 years to see how they hold up.
 
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I still think that FORD will bring out the 6.7 with the 2011 model year trucks. Much like what happened with the 2008's and the 6.4.

I just priced out a 2010 and no option for 6.7. If they are making cab changes as talked about above, it would be difficult to have two different looking Super Duty trucks in the same model year.
 
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As long as the engine is build before jan 1, it can be used in an 2010 model.
 
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The Ford Site is showing the 6.4 as being the Diesel offering for 2010 as of now anyhow.
 
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Yes and it would have shown the 6.0 as the diesel for the 2007 as well, even though the 2008 MY trucks were out at the beginning of 2007 with the 6.4 in it, speculation is that the same thing will be happening with the 6.7. If it does expect them to start taking orders within the next couple months on those.
 
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The new engine will supposedly need DEF. Where is one supposed to get DEF? The dealers? Wonder how much that'll cost since I don't see any word of any gas station installing urea pumps yet..

I'm tempted to wait at least until the 2012 model to let them work out the bugs as well as letting the urea distribution gain some popularity.
 
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I wonder how hard all that ****( egr, dpf, urea injetion, etc) will be to take off.
 
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The new engine will supposedly need DEF. Where is one supposed to get DEF? The dealers? Wonder how much that'll cost since I don't see any word of any gas station installing urea pumps yet..

I'm tempted to wait at least until the 2012 model to let them work out the bugs as well as letting the urea distribution gain some popularity.

I think that mostly it will come in something like an oil container, over being in pumps. I know personally I would rather buy it by the gallon or whatever it is needed and be able to take it with me at all times rather then having to pump it in like fuel.
 
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I'm reading urea consumption is about 4% of diesel burned. Assuming a 30gal diesel tank, we'll burning more-or-less 1 gallon of urea per fillup.

I also read the urea tank is big enough to only need refilling once per oil change..
So assuming 5Kmiles between oil changes @ 12mpg, that's about 400gal of diesel which means a roughly 16gallon urea tank is on the truck.
 
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My friend is a sales man at ford and he said the same thing, 2010 orders are being taken now and are soon to stop then turn to 2011. He said the new diesel is coming in the 2011 trucks.
 

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